Make gorgeous decorative Easter eggs with this marbleizing technique using alcohol ink.I promise this will be the last Easter egg post for 2017. I just can't help taking eggs and making them pretty. It's addicting. These ones were decorated with alcohol ink. I used alcohol ink before with the Metallic Succulent Wreath, and love the marbled look it creates. The alcohol in the ink evaporates quickly, so it dries fast and works great on non- porous materials like metal, plastic, shrink film, glossy paper, ceramic and glass. Alcohol ink is kind of stinky, so you want to use in a space with good air flow. Plus it's flammable and harmful if swallowed, so keep it out of reach from kids, puppies, people who eats things they aren't supposed to and combustible individuals (you know who they are.) Oh and don't decorate eggs you plan on eating with this stuff. Get some fake eggs from the store, or poke holes in the top and bottom of raw eggs and blow the guts out of them. Decorative use only people!
These eggs took all of 15 minutes to decorate. Quick, easy, gorgeous.
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- Alcohol Inks Bottle (green), Denim (blue), Silver
- Alcohol Ink Applicator
- Eggs (blown or plastic or wood)
- Disposable gloves